Cleveland, Ohio is a city where you can see what it takes to make a good video.
But it’s also where you’ll find people with a passion for film, who are always ready to lend a hand.
For those looking to film in the city, the city’s filmmaking scene is growing by leaps and bounds, and with the right production help, a Cleveland film can be produced in record time.
That means there are now a lot of ways to make videos in the City of Lights.
Below is a look at the best ways to get started filming in Cleveland.1.
The Documentary Lab (and The Documentarium)The Documentarium offers a variety of filmmaking classes, including documentary and drama classes, which can all be done for free.
The best classes are a mix of film and visual arts, and include classes on cinematography, film editing, color correction, lighting, makeup, and more.
The Docs are located at the Cleveland Museum of Art and offer a wide selection of classes.
If you are looking to get your first video making class in the Cleveland area, check them out.2.
The Cleveland Film Society The Cleveland Cinema Society offers a free film-making class on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 4pm.
The classes are geared toward beginners and experienced film makers.
If it’s your first time making video, it might be a good idea to sign up for a class.3.
Cleveland Film Academy (CFA) CFA offers a class on Thursday mornings from 8am to 6pm.
Each class features an in-depth class discussion with filmmakers, plus a short film production and other community events.
You can also sign up to get a $10 credit for any classes you attend that are not full time.
The CFA also offers film festival screenings, as well as screenings at their annual film festivals.4.
Cleveland Cinematography Workshop (CCHW) CCHW offers a three-week film-production course for beginner film makers in the fall and spring.
The course offers instruction in color correction and other lighting techniques, along with film editing and production tips.5.
The Akron Film Festival Akron Film Festivals are held every fall in the summer, and offer workshops on film, film history, film theory, and film photography.
The festivals are the largest in the state of Ohio, with nearly 10,000 attendees each year.6.
The Northeast Ohio Film Festival (NEOCF) The NEOCF offers a one-week program in late October that teaches basic filmmaking techniques.7.
Cleveland Cinema Workshop (CCW) CCW offers free film classes for beginners in the spring.8.
Cleveland Theatre Company (CTC) CTC is the oldest and largest independent film production company in the United States, with a history dating back to the 1920s.
They offer a number of classes, and classes can be held online.
They also offer workshops.9.
The Ohio Society of Film Directors (OSFD) The OSFD offers a series of classes in film theory and film editing.
You’ll learn film editing techniques, editing equipment, and production techniques.10.
The Toledo Film Festival The Toledo Cinema Society (TLCS) offers free workshops on a variety “classics” and documentaries.
There are also a number on film and film history.11.
Cleveland Academy of Performing Arts (CAPA) The Cleveland Academy offers free classes on film production for all beginners.12.
The City of Cleveland Film Center (COGCF) The COGCF offers classes on filmmaking fundamentals.13.
Cleveland Digital Art Museum The Cleveland Digital Arts Museum offers free video workshops for beginners.14.
Cleveland International Film Festival Cleveland International Filmmakers offers a video production course on Wednesdays and Fridays at 10am.15.
The Youngest of the Young is a film festival that focuses on the youth of the United State.
This year’s festival runs through September.16.
Cleveland-based filmmakers The Ohio Arts Film Festival offers a production workshop.17.
Cleveland Video Arts Cleveland Film Arts offers classes in filmmaking from beginners to advanced filmmakers.18.
Cleveland Motion Pictures Festival The Cleveland Motion Picture Festival is the largest independent festival of its kind in the country.19.
The Great Cleveland Film Festival at the Akron Film Museum offers workshops on all aspects of film production.20.
Cleveland Public Library The Cleveland Public Libary provides free library access to film, television, video, and digital production classes.21.
Cleveland Creative Film FestivalCleveland Creative Film Fest is the premier film festival for independent filmmakers.22.
The Detroit Public Library (DPL) The Detroit Film Library offers a monthly production workshop for film beginners.23.
The Grand Rapids Film Festival Grand Rapids Public Library is a great place to learn how to film.24.
The International Film Academy of New York City (IFANNYC) The International Filamakers Academy of NYC is an educational program for budding filmmakers.25.
The Independent Film